Bathroom Remodel and Repair
Houston Bathroom Remodel or Repair- 7 Signs Of A Water Leak
One of the main causes for a Houston bathroom remodel and repair is water leaks. A shower leak behind the wall, a leaking window inside the shower, or a leaky shower pan. Listed below are the common 7 signs to help you discover if your bathroom has a water leak.
The average bathroom life span is 15 to 20 years. Around the 15 year mark the space becomes outdated and signs of water leaks may be present.
The costly mistake homeowners make is ignoring leaks. Water leaks don’t go away when you ignore them. They get bigger, cause more damage and expensive repairs. It would be nice if your bathroom lasted forever, but the reality is, a remodel or repair will be necessary at some point!
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7 Signs Of Hidden Bathroom Water Leaks
1. A shower head with a slow drip may be leaking water behind the wall.
2. Cracked grout or caulking in the shower, tub, corners, or bath floor is from moisture or water.
3. Loose floor tiles around the toilet or bath tub is a sign of a water leak.
4. Water spots on the bathroom drywall is from a leak or poor ventilation.
5. Shower doors that don’t close properly allows water to run on the floor and drain somewhere.
6. Loose, rotten sections or warped baseboards is from water draining behind the wood.
7. Dry rot on door trim is a sign of shower leak behind the wall.
Small cracks in grout and caulking lead to dry rot behind bath tub walls. Water draining through the cracks loosened the ceramic tiles, and caused mildew stains.
Ignoring the problem made things worst. Removing the tile revealed unforeseen wood dry rot.
The wall was re-framed with 2×4’s, insulation and waterproofing, before bath tub and marble tile installation.
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